Date: 26th November 2017 at 10:38am
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Two wins and a draw from the last three Championship matches, have seen Fulham start to climb the table.

After the 1-0 win against Millwall, at Craven Cottage, both managers took time out to speak to the media.

First up was the Fulham boss, Slavisa Jokanovic, who had this to say,

‘This is the Championship and it has not been easy for us. We have to be satisfied with the week we have had.

‘We are fighting without the ball. They sent in many long balls, they are bigger and stronger in those situations. We don’t have the tools to find the solution to these problems.

‘But the team suffered together and got a clean sheet. In the end, it is our third game of this week, without a few important players, so we must be satisfied.’

Three points and a clean sheet is commendable.

However, it seems that the Millwall manager, Neil Harris, wasn`t too happy with the penalty given that resulted in Fulham taking the three points on offer, with Harris remarking,

‘We got punished by a harsh refereeing decision, the player has conned him into giving it.

‘What helps the referee give it is Macca is the wrong side of their player, the contact is minimal and the player throws himself at an angle to highlight the contact.

‘The player has done well to force the referee to give it.’

Some you win, some you lose we`d say!